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    Run4Jen

    For my sister-Jennifer

    My baby sister loved running! She passed away April 21, 2019 from breast cancer, she was only 47. She left behind a beautiful 21 year old daughter and a beautiful 13 year old daughter. The younger is in me and my husbands care now. To honor her memory and love of running, I am going to train to run a minimum of three 5K’s this summer. Day one is in the books! To you, Digger! I love you and miss you!
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    Jiml

    Getting to Grips

    Morning all! I'm just getting into this. Never enjoyed running, but my wife ran through the C25k once and enjoyed it. She is starting again and I am joining her. I'm running the C25K app on a Samsung S3 watch, which has basic functionality, however does anyone know if there is a way to sync the data from the watch to the Phone app - which has much more functionality? Thanks Good luck everyone.
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    Mckstup

    New to running, tired of being tired

    I am so out of shape, looking forward to getting started. I have a tendency to not stick with things very long. Really want to do this, need to loose weight and feel better. Wish me luck!
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    Good luck on your journey!! Every time you want to quit, remind yourself why you started
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    CleBkPkr

    Week 3 Day 3 ugh

    " It’s just reassuring to see I’m not the only one who has to repeat weeks! I can’t imagine doing Week 4 yet omg " You are most certainly not alone! Keep moving, you got this
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    TakingInStride

    I’m New

    Hi everyone. I’m new to this site and I’m new again to running. I am almost 60 years old and I want to learn to run again. Participating in 5K’s isn’t a goal but it would be fun. I hope to find encouragement here!
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    reginacordium

    I’m New

    I am also new as well! I’m on Week 3 of the program, but it’s still a struggle for me. Just hang in there! And be proud of yourself for starting and for any progress you make. It’s not a race, it’s a journey, and you’re doing it for yourself. Good luck!
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    reginacordium

    Week 3 Day 3 ugh

    I just finished Week 3. I am able to do the first 3 minute run, though it definitely is hard. The second 3 minute run is sooo much harder for me. Today I had to stop halfway through that one, walk for thirty seconds, and start again. I just feel out of breath. But I’m going to just repeat Week 3 at least one more time. It’s just reassuring to see I’m not the only one who has to repeat weeks! I can’t imagine doing Week 4 yet omg
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    Pdthunder

    Tired of Being Tired

    Hey there! My friends call me Thunder, and I am 21, female, and fairly active (but not a runner). I have to run errands for my dad all the time, which frequently involves lifting/moving things, and doing a lot of walking in between. I haven't started the c25k but I feel like I could manage the first week pretty well - maybe even the second week without too much pain and strife, but we will see. I ultimately want to build endurance. I am not so much interested in running in races, but I definitely want to be strong and fit. I have always been relatively out of shape and at toward the max end of my recommended Body Mass Index. I want to feel good about myself and I think running is where I will find that. My ultimate goal is to be able to run 10 miles in one go with relative ease. I am not sure how long that will take but I would like to imagine with constant practice and always pushing myself I can get there in one year. Here's to getting stronger, faster and and healthier!
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    CleBkPkr

    Training for April 5k

    You did great! I cannot imagine being sick in bed and then running a 5K. That right there is total guts woman! I am very proud of you. Keep on keeping on and I'll stay in touch.
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